tv DW News - News Deutsche Welle March 10, 2018 4:00am-4:02am CET
immortality is. what price remember you can't believe it's really on the planet and we'll make sure we can reward it. factory starting march twenty fourth on g.w. . you as president donald trump of north korea's kim jong un have agreed to hold the first ever meeting between leaders of the two countries discussions could include north korea's nuclear program which the country is reportedly put up for negotiation the talks are being brokered by south korea. and the air president trumpeting sneed tariffs of twenty five percent on imported steel and ten percent unemployed to tell you many of they'll come into effect in two weeks canada and mexico will be initially and you cabinet they'll head ministries including labor
justice family and environment homburg near enough shots will become finance minister and vice chancellor the s.p.d. has named heikal bass as the new german foreign minister replacing sick mark caprio he was arrested following in terrible party disputes. a new study may offer clues into the future of aviator amelia earhart two disappeared while attempting a round the world flight in one nine hundred thirty seven researchers say tests involving bones found in a pacific island in one nine hundred forty suggest the bones are likely to be earhart's she was the first woman to cross the atlantic on a solo flight. the countdown the trunk trade tariffs has begun signing off the new levies on friday the e.u. says it should be examined and is ready to retaliate. also coming up we take you on
a brief world tour and join the crowds at butlins i t v the world's largest travel trade exhibition and some chinese migrants are heading back to their roots bringing slick city skills with them now china wants them to boost growth in the countryside . and on your winter and this is your business update donald trump has made good on his threat signing off on import tariffs twenty five percent on steel ten percent on olive minium he blames other countries for america's massive trade deficit still only accounts for two percent of world trade and yet the tit for tat tariffs and penalties are dangerous the ripple effects could escalate into a full on trade war.